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97 results for GAY

35 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).
See the dictionary definition for GAY.

DateGridClueAuthor
4DPart of L.G.B.T.Q. (2)Jeff Chen
38DPart of L.G.B.T.Q. (2)Kathy Wienberg
60DThe "G" of L.G.B.T.Peter Gordon
56APart of L.G.B.T. (2)David Poole
30DPart of L.G.B.T. (2)Joel Fagliano
54D___ marriageJames Mulhern
33DLike the apparel in a certain Christmas carolPaul Hunsberger
24DJocund (2)Jeff Chen
33DLike the out crowd?Kevin Christian
47ALike the N.B.A.'s Jason Collins, notablyJoel Fagliano
37DLike the apparel donned in "Deck the Halls"Dan Feyer
39DJohn who wrote "The Beggar's Opera"Neville Fogarty
70AMerryPaula Gamache
20AHigh-spiritedDavid J. Kahn
30DLike apparel donned in a Christmas carolDavid J. Kahn
29AJocund (2)Elizabeth C. Gorski
41AFrolicsomeGary J. Whitehead
96DParty to many a civil unionPatrick Berry
41DNot straightLynn Lempel
83ALike some carol apparelJoe DiPietro
26DJohn who wrote "She who has never lov'd, has never liv'd"Byron Walden
25AApplicant for a civil union, maybeRichard Chisholm
31AChipperDavid J. Kahn
16DLike some holiday apparelManny Nosowsky
45D"The Beggar's Opera" writerRobert Malinow
50A"The ___ Divorcee"Randy Sowell
56D___ Men's Health CrisisStephanie Spadaccini
47AIn high spirits (2)J. D. Leavy
55DLike old PareeS. Robbins
64AHappy as a larkCoral Amende
39DJovialSidney L. Robbins
23A"Glitter and Be _____" ("Candide" song)Nancy S. Ross
59AIn high spirits (2)Matt Gaffney
64A''Polly'' playwright JohnA.J. Santora
18A"The Beggar's Opera" authorA.J. Santora

1 result for GAY from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
Jun 11, 2000diagramless51ANot straightFrank Longo

61 results for GAY from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
65D___ PareeHarold B. CountsMaleska
63DCheerfulCharles M. DeberMaleska
105DAuthor TaleseJohn M. SamsonMaleska
13DBrewer of golfJohn M. SamsonMaleska
30D___-Pay-OoEli WesoffMaleska
9D"The Beggar's Opera" authorNancy JolineMaleska
32ARiantFrances HansenMaleska
113AWriter TaleseStanley GlassMaleska
20AMerryMurphyMaleska
87D___ NinetiesStanley GlassMaleska
21DKind of bladeJohn GreenmanMaleska
56DHe wrote "The Beggar's Opera"Joan WhitmanMaleska
58DCheerfulMaduraMaleska
40ALivelyDaughdrilleMaleska
101DKind of bladeLouis BaronMaleska
38DAuthor TaleseVirginia ButlerMaleska
89DWriter TaleseRichard CampWeng
47AWriter TaleseFrances HansenWeng
45DNineties, e.g.Tap OsbornWeng
36ALight-heartedBert BeamanWeng
41ABlithesomeWilliam LutwiniakWeng
142DEnola or PareeA. J. SantoraWeng
109DKind of bladeKeith BlakeWeng
24ACarefreeUnknownWeng
76ANineties, for oneHerbert EttensonWeng
52AMerry.UnknownWeng
34DSpritely.Nancy SchusterWeng
39ALilting.UnknownWeng
20ABright.Jane CoonFarrar
14DSo Paree is dubbed.UnknownFarrar
63ALighthearted.UnknownFarrar
47AIn a merry mood.UnknownFarrar
41DColorful.UnknownFarrar
24ABright.UnknownFarrar
38AExcited and merry.UnknownFarrar
64DFrolicsome.UnknownFarrar
53DLike the Nineties.UnknownFarrar
59DRollicking.Helen FasuloFarrar
59AAntonym of 28 Across.John ByrneFarrar
54AVivacious.George LaczkoFarrar
100DAuthor of 144 Across.Tom MixonFarrar
81DBright.Kim RichmanFarrar
56DJoyous.A. J. SantoraFarrar
32ABrilliant.UnknownFarrar
42ALight-hearted.Thomas MeekinFarrar
29DMerry.UnknownFarrar
66DSprightly.UnknownFarrar
147ABright.A. J. SantoraFarrar
49DEnglish poet.Arthur SchulmanFarrar
47ABlithe.UnknownFarrar
53DHe wrote "The Beggar's Opera."Sidney LambertFarrar
41ACarefree.Helen FasuloFarrar
56DLight-hearted.Victor GoldfarbFarrar
49AFrolicsome.UnknownFarrar
19AVivacious.UnknownFarrar
56DFun-loving.UnknownFarrar
62DJoyous.UnknownFarrar
139DJoyous.Thomas MeekinFarrar
33DHis play “Polly” was banned in London in 1729.Willard N. JordanFarrar
39AAuthor of "The Beggar's Opera," 1728.I. KertFarrar
43DSportive.Charles ErlenkotterFarrar